DETROIT LIONS vs PHILADELPHIA EAGLES Sunday, September 11 – OPENING DAY

By Ken Knoll

Lower level corner seat close to field, comfortable motor-coach, 7-item tailgate meal.

Brad Holmes and Dan Campbell are quietly (well, maybe not so quietly) filling in some holes and pulling this team together. All Detroit Lions fans, myself included, have been patiently waiting for the day when the Honolulu Blue and Silver finally gains some respectability. That day, my friends, is just around the corner. And it all starts with this game. I can’t wait to see the Lions make Jalen Hurts, A.J. Brown, Darius Slay and the rest of the Eagles squawk like hurt birds. Opening Day always provides more hype, more hoopla, more games on Pride Plaza, more radio/TV coverage. More fun for everyone.

Bus departs at 8:00 am from the Cascade Meijer parking lot at Kraft and 28th St SW, near where US 96 crosses 28th St SW. Detroit Lions and NFL dvds will be shown throughout the bus for traveling entertainment. The bus is equipped with wi-fi and charging outlets at each seat for your phones. When the bus parks one block from Ford Field, an all-you-can-eat tailgate meal will be set up. Bring your own beverage. After the game, please return to the bus, parked in the same spot, as soon as possible. Expected time home is 7:30 pm.

Regular price is $200 each.

Call (616) 249-8687 for reservations.